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Clash of the famine killers | Lynch v Aussie | Cahill’s clean sweep | Antrim v Kerry | camogie final

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney preview Limerick v Waterford, Kerry v Antrim and the camogie final meeting of Galway v Kilkenny

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney preview Limerick v Waterford, Kerry v Antrim and the camogie final meeting of Galway v Kilkenny.


The All-Ireland final has come down the tracks at breakneck speed.

Just a matter of weeks ago, the opening rounds of the Leinster and Munster championships were taking place, and now just two sides from the latter remain.

This week’s show looks at how Liam Cahill and John Kiely have brought their men to the big dance on merit, where this final will be won and lost, and who will be deciding the game.

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Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney speak about the golden generations produced by both counties, their penchant for ending famines, and what will have been learned from the Munster final.

We also look ahead to the Joe McDonagh Cup final clash between Kerry and Antrim, along with the camogie All-Ireland final clash of Galway v Kilkenny.

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MUNSTER PAIR SET FOR GRAND CROKE PARK FINALE
A historic December setting for the GAA Hurling All-Ireland final and a novel pairing as Munster rivals, Limerick and Waterford go head-to-head in Croke Park on Sunday (3.30).

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It’s a re-run of the Munster final which Limerick won by four points last month.

They are bidding to win the title for a second time in three seasons while Waterford are hoping to end a 61-year wait for glory, having last triumphed in 1959 when they beat Kilkenny in the final (replay).

PATHS TO THE FINAL
LIMERICK
Limerick 0-36 Clare 1-23 (Munster quarter-final)
Limerick 3-23 Tipperary 2-17 (Munster semi-final)
Limerick 0-25 Waterford 0-21 (Munster final)
Limerick 0-27 Galway 0-24 (All-Ireland semi-final)

TOP SCORERS
Aaron Gillane………..2-34 (0-27 frees, 1-0 pen, 0-1 ‘65’)
Ger Hegarty……………0-13
Tom Morrissey………0-12 (0-1 free)
Diarmuid Byrnes……..0-11 (0-4 frees, 0-1 ‘65’)

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WATERFORD
Waterford 1-28 Cork 1-24 (Munster semi-final)
Limerick 0-25 Waterford 0-21 (Munster final)
Waterford 3-27 Clare 3-18 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
Waterford 2-27 Kilkenny 2-23 (All-Ireland semi-final)

TOP SCORERS
Stephen Bennett……..1-44 (0-33 frees, 0-1 ‘65’)
Dessie Hutchinson…..2-8
Austin Gleeson………..0-12
Jamie Barron……………0-5

Time stamps (approx):
00:00 Intro and the big final
08:00 The famine busters of recent times
12:30 Clash of the golden generations — Aussie v Lynch
23:00 Liam Cahill going for the clean sweep
30:00 Aaron Gillane concerns
42:00 Puckout battle
55:00 Prediction time
62:00 Joe McDonagh final preview — Antrim v Kerry
68:00 Camogie final preview: Galway v Kilkenny

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